Dell M110 ultra-mobile projector

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  • Expert Rating

    3.50 / 5


  • Harmon/kardon speakers, media card reader, remote control


  • Not a Core 2 Duo CPU, 512MB of RAM only

Bottom Line

The Toshiba Satellite M110 is not likely to turn heads for its performance, but it's an affordable notebook with enough power to satisfy most people. The bonus features of the Satellite range make it a versatile unit that will handle a number of tasks. It's perfect for the casual user.

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All Features

Screen resolution 1280x800
Screen size 80in
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Weight 360g
Height 36.5mm
Width 104mm
Depth 105.3mm
Warranty length (months) 12
Number of HDMI ports 1
Wired Terminals / Ports Component, Composite, HDMI

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